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Real-world AIOps:
Between Data and Datasheets

By Valerie O’Connell, Research Director of Digital Service Execution, EMA

Although AIOps is a relatively new category named within the past five years, it is based on the well-established awareness that advanced IT analytics has a lot to offer in the pursuit of operational excellence. Advances in big data, AI, ML, and IT operational complexity combined to match product capabilities with market needs. The otherwise hopeless complexity of clouds, microservices, and containers in an environment of high velocity change form the backdrop of IT’s largescale adoption of AIOps.

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The Future of the Data Center Network in a Multi-Cloud World

Tuesday, May 25 @ 8 am Pacific | 11 am Eastern

EMA and Pluribus Networks recently partnered on market research to understand how enterprises are modernizing their data center networks to support their multi-cloud strategies, with a particular focus on data center network fabrics and network automation. Join them to get key findings of this research.

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CloudM: Preparing for the Digital Workplace in 2021 and Beyond

Listen to this podcast featuring Torsten Volk, Managing Research Director at EMA, to unpick the current state of the digital workplace and how organisations can prepare for it in 2021 and beyond.

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How to Succeed with SD-WAN Operations

According to new EMA research, 75% of IT professionals have significant challenges with the native monitoring features of their SD-WAN implementations. This upcoming webinar hosted by EMA and SevOne will explore why enterprises struggle with SD-WAN visiblity and what they can do to address the issue.

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How to Integrate NetOps and SecOps

EMA research shows that the most successful NetOps and SecOps collaborations happen when the two teams are fully converged as a single NetSecOps team. Second to that is sharing tools and processes among both teams.

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